Her Majesty the Queen has suggested that the prime minister can request the prorogation of Parliament by email this time.
The government confirmed yesterday that it plans to ask the Queen to suspend Parliament next Tuesday, and aims to hold a Queen’s Speech on October 14th.
In an unprecedented move, Buckingham Palace has suggested that Mr Johnson and his “minions” will not be required to request the suspension of Parliament in person.
Palace sources suggest that Her Majesty has seen quite enough of the “duplicitous little turd” lately and will gladly accept his latest request for prorogation by email.
“The Queen can undoubtedly see that Johnson is proroguing Parliament simply to avoid scrutiny of his Brexit deal during Prime Minister’s Questions next Wednesday,” says Post Truth Post royal correspondent George Fishlove.
While constitutional history will be made if Boris Johnson does what he is told, and the government requests prorogation by email, the Palace have pre-emptively blocked the PM on SnapChat over fears he could send the Queen a dick pic.